The whole process was carried out virtually with the students and corporates participating from their home locations, it said in a statement
Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta on Monday said it had maintained the legacy of 100% summer internships for the class of 2022, beating the economic crisis triggered by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The whole process was carried out virtually with the students and companies participating from their place of origin, he said in a statement.
A total of 139 companies participated in the placement process, of which 43 were the first recruiters of IIM-Calcutta, for the 473 participating students, he said.
Hiring trends this year too have been well distributed across various industries, he added.
Consulting, finance and BFSI made up 40% of the offerings, while 32% of students would complete their internships in general management and sales and marketing roles, the statement said.
The remaining 28 percent of students found their fit with operations, product management, e-commerce, and start-ups.
Accenture and Microsoft were among the top recruiters.
Professor Abhishek Goel, Chairman of the Career Development and Placement Office, said: “The pandemic and economic recession have posed unforeseen challenges.” “It is encouraging to see our students and the placement team seize the opportunity to change systems, allowing all stakeholders to participate virtually, creating channels of coordination and communication at multiple levels and maintaining positivity throughout. long process, ”he added.
IIM-C Director Anju Seth said, “The results bolster recruiters’ confidence in academic ability, the diverse student community and IIM-Calcutta’s commitment to pursue excellence in all fields. areas of engagement.
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